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  1. #101
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    Re: Wacom Intuos4 OLEDs

    Alright, if you didn't do the make install and the compiled files aren't in /usr/bin then I suppose you have to use the full path to the file in the /src directory of the unpacked source code tar.

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    Re: Wacom Intuos4 OLEDs

    Quote Originally Posted by Favux View Post
    if you didn't do the make install
    Weird. I did the make install. Anyhow, using the full path got the tablet LED's going with the default set.

    Now I have to enter a whole bunch of parameters as intuos4-led-config tells me:

    Code:
    intuos4-led-config
    
    Usage: 
    
    /home/[user]/Intuos4-LED/src/intuos4-led-config [--lefthanded] [--vendorid <vid> --productid <pid>]  --button <id> --icon <name> --> Set library icon <name> to button <id>
    
    /home/[user]/Intuos4-LED/src/intuos4-led-config [--lefthanded] [--vendorid <vid> --productid <pid>] --button <id> --image <filename> --> Set image <filename> to button <id>
    
    /home/[user]/Intuos4-LED/src/intuos4-led-config --dump <filename> --> Dump image <filename> as C static array
    
    /home/[user]/Intuos4-LED/src/intuos4-led-config --list -> List library icon names
    
    /home/[user]/Intuos4-LED/src/intuos4-led-config --help -> Display this help text
    I'll try and install make again as it's tedious to punch out the full path each time.

    It'd be good to work out how to make a script so that I can do a one click set up for often used apps (for me Gimp & Inkscape)

    I'd also like to know how to get this to persist between boots.

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    Re: Wacom Intuos4 OLEDs

    Good so you've confirmed it works. Just a little bit to go.

    OK, I think I see what's going on. The compile made 4 files:
    Code:
    icon-library.o
    intuos4-led-check.o
    intuos4-led-config.o
    WacomIntuos4LED.o
    The makefile doesn't make any directories or give paths which is why make install isn't doing anything. So given what he's doing in init-intous4-tablet.sh, it looks like you just copy those four files to /home/username. Then his ./intuos4-led-config should work. By the way that's what the init-intous4-tablet.sh if for. He's pre-made a set up for you. If you set it up in auto-start it will be applied everytime you boot. Just remember to make it executable.

    Edit: Otherwise there should be lines something like:
    Code:
    install:
    	cp -v intuos4-led-check.o ${DESTDIR}/usr/bin/
    (or wherever he wants to put the compiled objects) in the Makefile.
    Last edited by Favux; August 25th, 2010 at 06:37 PM.

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    Re: Wacom Intuos4 OLEDs

    amicable:

    if you are in the src/ directory just type
    Code:
    sudo ./intuos4-led-check
    (so you don't need make install at this point)

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    Re: Wacom Intuos4 OLEDs

    So... finally I have tried this new OLED applet
    on my kubuntu 10.04
    (2.6.32-24-generic with hand-compiled xf86-input-wacom-0.10.8)

    and it works very well !
    Thanks to Christoph Karg!

    I need some time to adapt the tools I made for managing profiles, but
    it should be ok.

    Too bad one has to unload the wacom driver each time... it means I won't have my little animations
    Last edited by sanette; September 22nd, 2010 at 08:42 AM.

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    Re: Wacom Intuos4 OLEDs

    Quote Originally Posted by sanette View Post
    amicable:

    if you are in the src/ directory just type
    Code:
    sudo ./intuos4-led-check
    (so you don't need make install at this point)
    Just back from a holiday. Great, this works; I get various tones filling the buttons and then a tux & wacom logo alternating the buttons, finally text saying Button 1, 2..8 appear.

    Now I need to set up profiles for Gimp & Inkscape

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    Re: Wacom Intuos4 OLEDs

    Ah ! Here is a modified version of Christoph Karg's program that includes
    profiles managing.

    So you can have a profile for gimp and one for inkscape...

    You switch by

    Code:
    intuos-restore-buttons.sh gimp
    Or with a GUI

    Code:
    intuos-select-profile.sh
    Please read 'README'
    Attached Files Attached Files

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    Re: Wacom Intuos4 OLEDs

    I've been away for a while (got married etc) but am back on the Intuous and have just installed Christoph's package. Great, it generally works - I have labels and some of them do things.

    How do I programme the actions for the keys? The one in the package works for Gimp for the save, alt, ctrl, shift, undo, redo buttons but not the zoom in or out. At the same time, I am trying to work out how to generate profiles.

    Then I need to work out how to create a start up script - know it should have $HOME/bin/intuos/wacom-intuos but where do I put this?

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    Re: Wacom Intuos4 OLEDs

    Hi amicable

    congratulations for your wedding !!

    Are you asking where to put start-up scripts ?

    This depends on your distrib.

    In kubuntu <= 10.04 : system settings -> advanced -> automatic startup
    then select "add script".
    (in kubuntu 10.10, same, but there is no "advanced" tab)

    In ubuntu
    System -> preferences -> startup applications

    (I'm translating from french, maybe that's not the accurate menu names)

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    Re: Wacom Intuos4 OLEDs

    Quote Originally Posted by sanette View Post
    Are you asking where to put start-up scripts ?
    Thanks Sannette; sorry I should be clearer. There are three things I want to learn how to do now:

    1. Understand how to assign buttons to actions/keys
    2. Understand how to collect these into a profile
    3. Understand how to automatically start the script on each boot

    As far as I know, 3. is tricky as it needs root access. So I'm happy to sudo this through terminal each time although if there's a simpler automatic way I'd love to know.

    Paul

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